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13 adults went to Rome to watch the rugby in February. This hotel was in the perfect location for trams, taxis etc. The rooms were very clean and the staff could not do enough for us. There was plenty of choice for breakfast and plenty...More
Response from Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di AmyResponded 17 March 2017
Dear paulajones56 it was a pleasure having you at La Casa di Amy for the rugby games.. Too bad Italy isn't doing great. We hope you and your group had a great time and wyou will be always welcome to come back! it was nice...More
Just come back from second stay at Casa di Amy, our first visit 5 years ago was good, now even better & still the same friendly staff,
Nice little extras, like fruit in the room, slippers, tea/coffee making facilities,etc
Comfortable beds, nice en suite, TVs...More
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Response from Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di AmyResponded 15 March 2017
Dear philmacklin, thank you again for choosing La Casa di Amy once again, it is always a pleasure knowing that our guests come back because they feel good at our place. Thought the years we want to change and make some innovative impact on our...More
This quaint bed and breakfast was a lovely find and affordable stay near the metro and train station. The proprietor has so many fine touches that it feels like home. I.e. bottled water in the rooms with fresh fruit. Wonderful towels and big, fluffy pillows....More
Response from Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di AmyResponded 1 March 2017
Dear dtrigger29 thank you for choosing La Casa di Amy, thank you for the kind description, we love to know that our guests feel like they were at home. We care about each one of you and we hope to give you the most accessible...More
Came to Rome sporadically. The trip was unplanned, however we had a vague idea we wanted to stay here, due to a blog I had read. As an airline employee, we don't always get on the flights we want to, so we did not book...More
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Response from Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di AmyResponded 3 February 2017
Hi Sarah, this is Miky thank you for choosing La Casa di Amy, and thank you for taking the time for reviewing your experience. It was a genuine pleasure meeting you and your friend, you girls were amazing. Thank you for the detailed review, it...More
This is a nice and cozy family-run B&B. They offer welcome fruit for guests. I'm especially impressed with their staff, who are friendly and helpful to give out the information about Rome. The breakfast is of great value, with a wide selection of salad, Italian...More
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Response from Michele M, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at La Casa di AmyResponded 26 January 2017
Dear Grace, thank you for choosing La Casa di Amy! Thank you for pointing out our strength, it was our pleasure having you. You are going to be always welcome in our Casa. Have a wonderful time travelling, we hope we can see you again!
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Response from Michele M | Property representative |
Dear deSalvato thank you for taking interest on our Guesthouse. Our facility is build up in apartments in which we have our rooms. All the rooms have private bathrooms and they are all secure. The guests will hold on to the... More
Dear deSalvato thank you for taking interest on our Guesthouse. Our facility is build up in apartments in which we have our rooms. All the rooms have private bathrooms and they are all secure. The guests will hold on to the 3 keys (the one for the main entrance, the apartment one and the private room). Lucky for us over 10 years no stealing occurred before. Hope this helps, have a good day!